GTA/905 health services restructuring report. by Health Services Restructuring Commission (Ontario)

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Subjects:

  • Medical care -- Ontario -- Toronto Region,
  • Health care reform -- Ontario -- Toronto Region,
  • Health planning -- Ontario -- Toronto Region,
  • Health services administration -- Ontario -- Toronto Region,
  • Hospitals -- Ontario -- Toronto Region,
  • Medical policy -- Ontario -- Toronto Region,
  • Public health administration -- Ontario -- Toronto Region

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LC ClassificationsRA410.55.C32 O654 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21552311M
ISBN 10077786875X
OCLC/WorldCa39152124

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However, even with the assumptions and risks mentioned above, based on the analysis in this document, we conclude that a. Provide immediate growth funding to GTA/ hospitals so they can meet the hospital care needs of the growing number of residents in GTA/ communities; Commit to funding new Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN) for hospital and other health care services on the basis of LHIN population size, growth and characteristics.

House Hansard Transcript - - Parliament 38 Session 2 of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. That, in the opinion of this House, the government of Ontario should implement a permanent, equitable, patient-based health care funding formula, thereby ensuring that high-growth GTA/ regions such as Peel, Halton, York and Durham, where demand for health care services is expected to increase by % from toreceive a more.

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It was the Great Lakes Jam: three days of rock and roll. Thanks to Dalton McGuinty, Lakeridge Health Corp., a part of the Central East LHIN, now faces a $million deficit.

The Growing Communities Healthcare Alliance estimates that high-growth communities like Durham in the GTA/ receive $ less per resident compared to the rest of Ontario. This is all about fairness for all Ontarians.

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